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Psalms 53

David describeth the corruption of a natural man.

Psalms 53:1 {The title of the two and fiftithe salm. To the ouercomer bi the quere, the lernyng of Dauid.} The vnwise man seide in his herte; God is not. Thei ben corrupt, and maad abhomynable in her wickidnessis; noon is that doith good. Psalms 53:2 God bihelde fro heuene on the sones of men; that he se, if ony is vndurstondynge, ether sekynge God. Psalms 53:3 Alle boweden awei, thei ben maad vnprofitable togidre; noon is that doith good, ther is not til to oon.

He convinceth the wicked by the light of their own conscience.

Psalms 53:4 Whether alle men, that worchen wickidnesse, schulen not wite; whiche deuouren my puple as the mete of breed? Psalms 53:5 Thei clepiden not God; there thei trembliden for drede, where no drede was. For God hath scaterid the boones of hem, that plesen men; thei ben schent, for God hath forsake hem.

He glorieth in the salvation of God.

Psalms 53:6 Who schal yyue fro Syon helthe to Israel? whanne the Lord hath turned the caitifte of his puple, Jacob schal ful out make ioie, and Israel schal be glad.

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